Multimedia Reporter Christopher Tavardian asks students their thoughts on the 2020 Presidential Election.
From curious first years to experienced seniors, Butler students share their favorite places to study around campus
Butler blues: Many Butler University students say they miss campus community.
Let’s talk about the c-word. No, not that one! I’m talking consent. We talk about it in sex education, in relationships, and on social media. Maybe we need to talk about it a little bit more in other contexts, however.
Columnist Doug Roche III explores possible options for what could be the replacement to what once was Pita Pit in the parking garage.
This winter’s hazardous weather conditions created problems for the Butler grounds crew, faculty and students.
Columnist Madeleine Lucchetti discusses expertly-placed zingers as the most satisfying linguistic experiences in life when in class.
About 51 percent of students disagree that Butler University is diverse, according to results from a new survey by Student Affairs. About 37 percent somewhat disagreed that Butler is diverse, and 14 percent strongly disagreed with that statement. The survey gauged Butler’s diversity and students’ perspective on campus atmosphere. There were 527 students who participated…
All buildings now have full electricity after a power outage at Butler University Saturday left students in the dark and employees working overtime. Butler staff shut off power across campus after lightning struck near or on the power plant located behind Schwitzer Hall said Ben Hunter, Chief of Staff and Executive Director of Public Safety.…
Butler University officials suspect a lightning strike may be the reason that power is out in most of the campus’s buildings. Around 3:30 p.m., the Butler University Police Department sent an alert about a possible lightning strike to Butler’s power plant, located behind Schwitzer Hall. The outage affects all campus buildings except for Apartment Village, BUPD…